Now that our government is finally admitting the obvious; namely, that the Wuhan Virus started in Wuhan’s Virology Institute—communist China’s largest chemical weapons research facility—we’re finally beginning to see what the communist Chinese have been covering up. The coronavirus was made in China! It was unleashed on our world, either by accident or design, by the communist Chinese. While others were obviously implicit in the cover up as well, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), we cannot overlook our own government’s implicitness, despite the fact that it may be chalked up to naiveté. For instance, our own president tweeted the following at the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak: “China has been working very hard to contain the coronavirus. The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency. It will all work out well. In particular, on behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi!”
Naiveté has been the optimal word in American foreign policy for decades, a fact proven by the following undeniable debacles: our arming of Osama bin Laden; our financing of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, and our donating of 150 billion American taxpayer dollars to Iran, the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism. In view of such a track record, it should come as no surprise to any of us that our political leaders were so easily sidetracked and snookered by Chinese propaganda concocted to coverup the commencement of the coronavirus. It was not until Chinese propagandists began pushing the preposterous proposition that the virus was brought to China from American rather than to America from China that our politicians finally began pushing back.
Now that we’re in this tug-of-war with the communist Chinese, certain facts are being pulled out from under a load of lies and into the light of day. For instance, China is exploiting its own perpetrated pandemic for the purpose of persuading the rest of the world of its preeminence. Here’s a couple of good examples. First, by falsifying the number of coronavirus cases among the Chinese people, as well as the number of Chinese fatalities, China hopes to create the illusion of its superior medical and scientific capabilities to curb and control pandemics. Second, by sailing its aircraft carrier the Lioaning, along with its strike group, which includes five warships, past Taiwan over this past weekend, at a time when the American aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt is in dock, due to the fact that 585 of its sailors have contracted the coronavirus, not to mention one of whom has died, China hopes to convince the world that it, not America, is now the world’s greatest military and maritime power.
To all of these disconcerting things we can now add something even more disconcerting. Our State Department recently reported its suspicions that China has lately been flouting international law by conducting both nuclear tests and biological warfare experiments. What, one wonders, has emboldened China to suddenly take such provocative steps. Could it be the fact that our country has proven itself so cowardly in its fight with the coronavirus that we have willingly sacrificed our liberties and livelihoods for a little temporary protection from a Chinese pathogen? If we’ve been this fearful for our lives over a virus, China may have concluded that we’re too cowardly to ever confront them over germ warfare or nuclear weapons, lest we provoke a conflict with them in which millions will die.
China is not, as we’ve been bamboozled for years to believe, our friend. Instead, it is an emboldened enemy, which believes it can propagate lies, perpetrate evil, and provoke provocation with immunity. Indeed, it sees such things as means to its end, currently giving it the appearance of preeminence, while it subtly employs itself in the actual acquisition of it. As the old saying goes, “With a friend like this, we don’t need any enemies!”